Trevecca Nazarene University

Trevecca welcomes alumni and friends at General Assembly

“Meet us in Indy” is the message to all alumni and friends of Trevecca. The University invites all alumni and friends to visit the Trevecca booth in the exhibit hall during General Assembly. Trevecca personnel will also staff the University’s kiosk in the International Board of Education area.

Prospective Trevecca students are invited to complete an information card and be part of the drawing for a new iPad. The drawing will take place at 3:30 PM on Sunday.

The Trevecca booth will be the location for special events, Thursday through Sunday, and Trevecca personnel will greet guests in the booth on Monday.

  •  Thursday, June 20, is Kids’ Day, and children of all ages are invited to visit the booth to receive an official Troy Trevecca tattoo (the removable kind, parents) and to participate in the coloring contest. Other activities for kids will be available.
  • Friday, June 21, is President’s Day, and Trevecca President Boone will greet guests in the booth from 2 to 4 PM. From 3 PM to 4 PM Trevecca’s Center for Worship Arts will host a gathering for worship leaders in room 210 in the workshop area.
  • On Saturday, June 22, the University will host Trevecca Authors’ Day; President Boone ’74 will sign copies of his books from 11 AM to 12 PM.
  •  Also present will be Trevecca alumni-authors Susan Sims ’97, who will autograph Being Transparent with Yourself, and James Hicks ’72, who will sign A Thumbnail Sketch of the Bible Story.  In the afternoon from 2 to 4 PM, Charles Johnson DL ’86 and Chet Bush ’96 will sign Called to the Fire, and Matthew Litton ’96 will sign Holy Nomad.
  • Alumni Day, Sunday, June 23, is the day of the Trevecca Alumni and Friends Luncheon, in the Marriott Hotel at 12 PM (immediately following the morning worship service). Tickets are available online at www.trevecca.edu/alumni/calendar/events. The drawing for the iPad will take place at 3:30 PM on Sunday.

Trevecca personnel look forward to making contact with alumni and friends of the University and invite them to “come visit on the front porch.”